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clockr

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clockr is a collaborative effort at a simple curses clock written in Python 3.

Reviews

Video by Yu-Jie Lin

  • A harsh critique, but the video nicely shows clockr.

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Installation

  • Arch Linux: clockr in the AUR
  • pip: clockr

For manual installation, clone the repository, cd into it and run

# python setup.py install

Options

usage: clockr [−h] [−V] [−c COLOR] [−d DATEFORMAT] [−n] [−t]

optional arguments: −h, −−help

show this help message and exit

−V, −v, −−version

show program’s version number and exit

−c COLOR, −−color COLOR

changes color of the clock.

−d DATEFORMAT, −−dateformat DATEFORMAT

changes the format in which the date is printed, see ’man date’ for support on formats. Not to be combined with the ’−−nodate’−argument.

−n, −−nodate

does not print the date in the clock

−t, −−twentyfourhours

prints the time in 24−hour format

Examples

clockr −−nodate −−twentyfourhours −−color white

Will display a white-colored 24-hour clock while omitting the date.

The different colors avaialable are,

white red green yellow blue magenta cyan orange

And you can also use random to chose a random color.

FAQ

Q: Can you add [feature]? When will [bug] be fixed?

A: This project is completely run by volunteers and will most likely never be 100% bug-free as developers are humans too. You can help out yourself, though, by submitting a bug report!

Thanks and Authors

Made with help from #linuxmasterrace on Snoonet thanks to n473, thimoteus, AWindowsKrill, timawesomeness, calexil, tirkaz and somehow R0flcopt3r, with additional help from bdalenoord and Noremac201.